Kirk A MacGregor, Idaho County Prosecuting Attorney
Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
416 West Main Street
PO Box 463
Grangeville, Idaho 83530
Phone (208) 983-0166
Fax (208 )983-3919
Message from the Idaho County Prosecuting Attorney:
Welcome to the Website of the Idaho County Prosecutor. I hope that you will find our features useful. The Idaho County Prosecutor’s Office has a welcoming environment for victims, citizens and law enforcement officers. We are proud of our very experienced staff. We are aggressive, fair and old-fashioned in our attitudes toward accountability for offenders. We are progressive and innovative in our approach toward special victims and the needs of those who have been injured.
We work hard to rehabilitate drug users with our Drug Court program, but we seek mandatory minimum sentences for serious drug traffickers. Drug Court offers users the tools to break the cycle of crime and impoverishment. It offers users the opportunity to get a job and to make a better, crime-free life for themselves.
We work hard to make sure that each case is given special attention, whether it is a felony or a misdemeanor.
Spend some time browsing our site. Let us know what else we can do to help. The future of our community and the safety of our residents is each individual’s responsibility. Each of us needs to take that challenge to heart and meet it.
Kirk A. MacGregor
Idaho County Prosecutor
Responsibilities of the Idaho County Prosecuting Attorney and the Deputy Prosecuting Attorney
The responsibilities of the Prosecuting Attorney are set out in the Idaho Code and include the following:
1. To prosecute or defend all actions, applications or motions, civil or criminal, in the district court of his or her county in which the People, the State, or the County are interested or are a party.
2. To prosecute all felony criminal actions, irrespective of whom the arresting officer is; to prosecute all misdemeanor or infraction actions for violation of all state laws or county ordinances when the arresting or charging officer is a state or county employee; to conduct preliminary criminal examinations which may be had before magistrates; to prosecute or defend all civil actions in which the county or state is interested; and when a written contract to do so exists between the Prosecuting Attorney and a city, to prosecute violations for state misdemeanors and infractions and violations of county or city ordinances committed within the municipal limits of that city when the arresting or charging officer is a city employee.
3. To give advice to the Board of County Commissioners, and other public officers of the county, when requested in all public matters arising in the conduct of the public business entrusted to the care of such officers.
4. To attend, when requested by any grand jury for the purpose of examining witnesses before them; to draw bills of indictments, information and accusations; to issue subpoenas and other process requiring the attendance of witnesses.